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  #1983148 26-Mar-2018 08:54
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It doesn't say how long you are locked into a contract for.. wel not that I could find.




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  #1983152 26-Mar-2018 08:58
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BTR:

 

It doesn't say how long you are locked into a contract for.. wel not that I could find.

 

 

Cause no contract term

 

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  #1983304 26-Mar-2018 11:11
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Thanks guys. Pretty great offer, but since I do want to go back to prepay at some point and have 7.58GB carry over data that I don't want to lose, I'll need to reconsider taking it up.

 

If only the $30 pay monthly plan had a larger increase in data from the $19 prepay pack - along with data share, that would be enough incentive for me to stay on pay monthly.




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  #1983451 26-Mar-2018 14:13
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2degreesCare:

 

Sorry @Linux, porting out/in or switching to Prepay temporarily will not qualify you for the discount. This promotion only applies to new customers.

 

^BRM

 

 

@2Degreescare All good and thanks for replying to my cheeky post :)

 

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  #1983514 26-Mar-2018 14:53
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PhantomNVD: That sux... I’m sitting on 9.4Gb (thanks Data Hunt!) and 1800 minutes so not worth swapping for $24 dollars then (6x$4less/month)

 

Have 2 degrees competitors ever offered promos like these. 





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  #1983518 26-Mar-2018 14:55
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Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.




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  #1983525 26-Mar-2018 15:00
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Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

Still no carryover on VodafoneNZ postpay

 

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  #1983531 26-Mar-2018 15:02
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Linux:

 

Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

Still no carryover on VodafoneNZ postpay

 

Linux

 

 

 

 

Never will be. I'd put money on it.


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  #1983532 26-Mar-2018 15:02
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Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

And I note there plans are slightly dearer than 2 degrees plans.

 

https://www.vodafone.co.nz/pay-monthly/

 

https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/mobile/pay-monthly/

 

 

 

 




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  #1983537 26-Mar-2018 15:06
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Starscream122:

 

Linux:

 

Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

Still no carryover on VodafoneNZ postpay

 

Linux

 

 

Never will be. I'd put money on it.

 

 

@Starscream122 How much do you want to put on it? I know it will happen

 

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  #1983538 26-Mar-2018 15:07
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Linux:

 

Starscream122:

 

Linux:

 

Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

Still no carryover on VodafoneNZ postpay

 

Linux

 

 

Never will be. I'd put money on it.

 

 

@Starscream122 How much do you want to put on it? I know it will happen

 

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Lol how do you know?


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  #1983540 26-Mar-2018 15:11
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Starscream122:

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.



Why do Vodafone always follow, rather than lead? Becoming very obvious that they are no longer first to the market with products or services.

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  #1983714 26-Mar-2018 18:27
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nyquist:

 

If only the $30 pay monthly plan had a larger increase in data from the $19 prepay pack - along with data share, that would be enough incentive for me to stay on pay monthly.

 

 

 

 

All the Pay Monthly plans have data sharing available - and it's free. $55 and $70 Carryover Plans are the only ones where you can share the calls and text though.


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  #1983733 26-Mar-2018 19:05
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Starscream122:

 

Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.

 

 

Nice! Good thing I waited a couple of days, despite being slightly more expensive the included social pass is very valuable for me, call me a typical young person but I often use my data on social apps! Besides, the $50 voucher pays for the difference from 2degrees's price!




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  #1983741 26-Mar-2018 19:16
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Starscream122:

Linux:


Starscream122:


Linux:


Starscream122:


Vodafone NZ are also offering this plus a $50 prezzy card if you switch online.



Still no carryover on VodafoneNZ postpay


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Never will be. I'd put money on it.



@Starscream122 How much do you want to put on it? I know it will happen


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Lol how do you know?



I'm not going to go into any further details but look at my signature here on gz

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